London’s Smallest Pubs

If you ever find yourself in London in need of an alcoholic drink, it might be something different to have that beverage in one of the smallest pubs the city has to offer.

The Coach and Horses. Bruton Street, W1. Mayfair.

The Dove, Upper Mall, W4. Chiswick, next to the River Thames.

The Euston Tap, Euston Station, NW1.

The Rake, Borough Market, SE1. Just south of London Bridge.

The Cask and Glass, Palace Street, SW1. Victoria.

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59 thoughts on “London’s Smallest Pubs

  1. The Dove in Hammersmith is about 4x8ft. It is past the bridge by the river off Rivercourt Rd. Now how do i know that. The guys at work tasked me to organise a social and I arranged it there. None of them had heard of the place, I had got a call there so knew. But after the joke, there was a nearby boat ramp that had boat we could have a BBQ on.

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